People with hearing loss find noisy environments especially challenging. Unitron’s engineers have designed Insera hearing aids to process sound in such a way that speech sounds clearer and noise becomes less bothersome.
Directional microphone technology selectively pick up sounds coming from one direction. If the person you want to talk to is in front of you, you want the hearing aids to suppress sounds coming from directions other than the front. Unitron’s multiband adaptive technology works to accurately locate the speaker and noise.
Noise doesn’t just interfere with understanding speech. It also makes you tired and annoyed. Unitron’s noise reduction system dampens the noise component of the audio signal to make listening more comfortable for you.
Sudden sharp sounds like a hammer or dishes clanging against each other can sound quite unpleasant with conventional hearing aids. The AntiShock 2 in Unitron aids act quickly to smooth out these sounds for you.
The wind control feature reduces the annoyance of wind brushing up against the hearing aid microphones when you’re outside on the golf course on a blustery day.
Unitron also has a dedicated automatic music program in the hearing aids that preserves the fullness and richness of music. Conventional hearing aid settings focus on speech understanding. Unfortunately, the programming that assists with speech understanding can cause distortions in music. The Unitron technology switches processing modes when it detects music.
Depending on the technology level that you choose to purchase, your Unitron Insera aids will have up to seven different modes. The SoundNav on the digital chip automatically identifies which of the seven modes are appropriate for your current listening environment. If you want more control over the sound, you can adjust the volume and programs through an app on your phone or through buttons on the aids.